In a 1986 Ford Ranger : Depending on how it is equipped : You could have the : Mitsubishi FM145 , 5 speed manual transmission ( 4X4 ) transmission code " D " Toyo Koygo , 4 speed manual transmission , rear wheel drive transmission code " X " Toyo Koygo , 5 speed manual transmission , rear wheel drive and 4X4 , transmission code " 5 "
FOUR SPEED MANUAL OR A 3 SPEED AUTOMATIC
They all had 4 speed autos or 5 speed manual
Borg Warner (now owned by Tremec) T-5 Five speed Manual and the Ford AODE four speed automatic both use Dexron/Mercon III automatic transmission fluid. I am an ASE certified mechanic and I specialize in Ford Mustangs from 1986-2004.
no. different motor series. but the motor and transmission is
I Hurd that the 1985 mustang gt top speed was 135mph so the 86 shouldn't be slower
Yes , a 5 speed manual transmission was offered on the Ford Taurus if you selected the 2.5 liter four cylinder engine ( I believe the model years were 1986 / 1987 / and 1988 )
Yes. The motor and transmission will fit but you will need to redo the front springs and possibly change motor mount locations. I have a 1988 mustang lx with a ford 460 sitting in it.
ther isn't one.you have to take all the bolts out around the oil pan of the transmission
Will not bolt up and is not strong enough for the 3800.
It is on the back of the transmission.
For the older 1980-1982(9th gen) models, there were only manual transmissions For 1983-1986(10th gen) you could get either For 1987-1988(11th gen) both options were also available 1989-1997(12th gen): Only the Thunderbird SC came with a manual transmission: the Mazda based M5R2 5-speed manual. The Thunderbird base model and Thunderbird LX came with a 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive: AOD 4-speed 1989-1993 and 4R70W 4-speed automatic from 1994-1997. (There is no 1998 Thunderbird) (Also there is no 5.0 after 1993 as ford went with the new 4.6L Modular engine used in the Mustang.) However, you can use a Mustang or Fairmont/Zephyr V8 as a donor for parts as everything is basically bolt in unless you have the inline 6 cylinder.
The car has a 700R4 transmission. 4 speed automatic
The last American vehicle with a column shift manual transmission was the 1986 Ford F-150. All Toyota Crown and Nissan Cedric taxis in Hong Kong had the 4-speed column shift until 1999.
Well they all use ATF or MTF Automatic or manual so you can use the atf fluid which is pink for your transmission
automatic or manual? automatic, use mercron manual, use gear lube
Yes , only with the 5 speed manual transmission , there were gas or diesel versions of the 2.3 L 4 cylinder available - (Helpfull)
No, the engines are different
Of the final rear wheel drive generation, 1978 and 1979 were the only two model years GM offered a 3 or 4 speed manual transmission in the Elcamino and all G body models. A manual transmission swap into an '86 would be fairly simple using the components from a salvaged '78 or '79 model (although they are not easy to find). I hope this helps, I own 3 factory manual transmission G bodies. A '78 Monte Carlo, a '79 Monte Carlo and a '79 Cutlass.